I first dined at La Rotisserie as a child forty years ago, and still love it, and have been back dozens and dozens of times. I have always liked the unpretentious approach of this large restaurant, which can cater for around 600 people at any one time, though i have rarely seen it at full capacity. That said, the service is still very swift, friendly and professional, with multi lingual staff, who know what wining and dining is all about and deliver what the diner wants. Over the years subtle changes have been made to the menus to keep up with gastronomic trends. As with everywhere, the prices are not what they used to be, but the menu caters for all tastes and budgets, and offers good quality and quantity for the price. Several set price menus, ranging from budget to gourmet as well as la carte are available. Traditional croissant, pain chocolat, baguette, butter and jam and coffee breakfast is also recommended.
If The French language is not your strong point it is always worth carrying a French phrase book which will help you to understand the intricacies of the extensive menu, and wine list.
La Rotisserie generally closes for he winter period around the end of October, opening again for the new season around Easter time.
Recent changes in access to Le Mont St Michel, mean that the causeway is no longer open to vehicular traffic, other than emergency vehicles, public transport and residents, however, a huge parking area has been opened about five minutes walk south, south east, of La Rotisserie. I believe that vehicular access for disabled drivers/ passengers is still permitted to the hotels and restaurants on the land side of the causeway, via the gated access road, but be prepared with disabled permits etc, and inform the gate controller ( who likely only speaks French) which establishment you are heading for.
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